“There are apps that ask what your mood is, or track the transmission of disease," says Nolan, whose new, J.J. Abrams-produced drama premieres tomorrow on CBS. "Gmail software reads your emails for marketing purposes. There’s a dovetailing of corporate and government interests. Cell phones have become like Trojan horses."
Oprah's off the networks and many of America's most beloved soaps have been tossed aside in favor of not-so-compelling reality TV. Where did daytime TV go wrong, and how do we ensure the same fate doesn't capture the broader worlds of marketing or advertising?